N. chromatus
@Arachnophoric E. murinus is nice... when you actually see them. I have a female and she's just a bucket of dirt with a hole in the middle. If you want a stripey T that you'll actually see then chromatus is a good choice.
 
@Arachnophoric the E. murinus was the one got me hooked. I started with a more beginner species first. N. Chromatus WILL be my next striped T , and I'll definitely do my best to warm up to the E. Murinus. I'm currently looking for a healthy B. Hamorii for my next T .
 

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NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D5000
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